Strawberry fields: Where to pick your own berries in Berlin
It's that time again. Head to the fields and pick your own strawberries in and around Berlin.
Autogrill, Bite Club, Thai Park: Where to eat Berlin’s best street food this summer
Warm weather means markets, pop-ups and cheap(ish) eats galore. Here are three weekend events not to miss.
Kinderhook and Caracas: Omnibus
Looking back across 10 years, this rich collection shows what artist-run project spaces are capable of.
Explore the independent arts scene in Berlin!
From May 24–29 2022, the Berlin Performing Arts Festival (PAF) will showcase the diversity of performing arts […]
Museum lates: The Berlin exhibitions you can visit after work
Exhibitions aren't just for weekends. We round up the Berlin museums you can visit on weekday evenings.
Exberliner turns 20! Art, music and clubbing at Zenner
We celebrate two decades of Exberliner with a huge riverside party - and you!
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Dayanita Singh: “Photography was my ticket to freedom”
We spoke to Indian photographer Dayanita Singh following her career survey at the Gropius Bau.
10 Berlin gigs we’re excited about in 2022
Our music editor looks ahead to the very best live shows happening in Berlin in 2022
Live music returns to Berlin
But let's not forget the local artists and venues who kept the scene alive during lockdown.
Zenkichi and Tsukushiya: Where to eat in Auguststraße’s tiny Tokyo
Berlin might not yet rival Düsseldorf for Japanese food, but is Auguststraße becoming a tiny Tokyo?
La Marinière: A smooth-sailing Berlin wine bar
Bretagne oysters, beurre blanc and plenty of bottle at this nautical-themed French wine bar in Wilmersdorf.
May on stage: What to see during Berlin’s biggest month for theatre
Theatretreffen is Germany's most important theatre festival, but that's only the start of what's on offer.
Yvonne Büdenhölzer on 10 years of Theatertreffen
As Yvonne Büdenhölzer leaves after a decade as artistic director of Threatertreffen, we look back on 10 […]
Tess Lewis on Lutz Seiler — and why translators are destined to fail
In a rainy cafe in Prenzlauer Berg, we caught up with star American translator Tess Lewis.
What to read this month: May 2022
Postcolonialism, exile and Soviets in Ireland, get our tips for what to read in May 2022.
Khorshid and Memoria: Transportive visions at the cinema this May
This May, enjoy an adventure in Iran and a hallucinatory trip to Colombia in our film editor's […]
Paris, 13th District: Missed connections and dating apps
★★★★ Paris, 13th District is a sexy, evocative and immensely watchable romance
Red Flag: How (and why) to squat a hostel
Wombat's City Hostel in Mitte has sat empty for almost three years, but Berlin police won't allow […]
What happened to queer solidarity?
Would you charge a "consulting fee" for a chat over coffee? What happened to banding together?